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Will the lying, UK-hating Remoaners be demanding a “People’s General Election”?

(Friday blog)

I write this just after the exit polls have come in, but before any real results. So, much can change by the time you read this. But the big question is: if the exit polls are right and Boris wins a reasonable working majority, how will the lying, hypocritical, europhiliac, UK-hating Remoaners react?

Will the Remoaners finally accept this result? Or will they demand a “People’s General Election” using one or more of the following excuses:

  • people didn’t know what they were voting for in yesterday’s election
  • the Conservatives never made it clear that they intended to “Get Brexit Done”
  • the Tories lied in their campaign whereas Labour and the LibDems were totally and utterly honest
  • this was just a General Election – we need another Referendum specifically on EU membership
  • 10-year-olds should have been given the vote as it was their future being decided
  • anyone over 65 shouldn’t have been allowed to vote as they had no future
  • the South-Easy Asian community only had time to organise 4-5 postal votes per voter rather than the usual 10+ postal votes per voter
  • and so on and so on and so on forever…..

Or will we see the usual bunch of ********* (expletives deleted) heading to court to get that ghastly superannuated bunch of Remainer judges to overturn the result of the General Election and install Corbyn as PM? Or Maybe the ******** (expletives deleted) will try to impeach Boris Johnson for supposed ‘high crimes and misdemeanours’ because he was a bit of a cad with the ladies?

Whatever happens, don’t expect the Remoaners and their supporters in the BBC and C4 News to accept yet another election which didn’t go they way they ordered us to vote.

5 comments to Will the lying, UK-hating Remoaners be demanding a “People’s General Election”?

  • A Thorpe

    That was an unexpected result. I expected a Corbyn led coalition. My judgement was based on the media coverage and I think it shows how it has become mouthpiece of the Marxists. I think we can expect to get some amusement from the explanations given by Labour and Lib-Dems in the coming weeks and we will have the SNP referendum campaign starting. There is still a long journey for Brexit but Boris now has the authority over the EU.

  • ItsAllOverNow

    Britain is just as degenerate under the Tories as it was under Labour and will continue to be so ,the outcome,no change.

  • loppoman

    I am from Scotland and would like to comment on the SNP.
    Some 45% voted for the SNP and they still manage to secure so many seats.
    But why would even 45% vote for them. They oversee failed policies in education and finance, not so good with the NHS and the leader, constantly, boringly harps on about independence. And that horrible little man from the islands.
    I have a suspicion that many Scots are basically anti-English and this is reflected in their voting.
    I would give them another go at independence but first spell out in clear terms the needs for a proper border, currency, army/navy, passports, banking, no more handouts, you’re on your own in every respect. I wonder would they still want independence. And why they want to submit to the rule of the EU is beyond me.

  • A Thorpe

    That’s an interesting statistic about SNP votes and yet Sturgeon claims a mandate for a referendum when she didn’t accept 52% in the EU referendum.

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